No -- there's not much to this title. My past dealings with Hallquist (link below) showed him to be a shallow thinker and researcher who relies in the main on collections of slogans and canards that he picks as seeds from somewhere else. Here, you could sum up the contents fairly quickly as a mixture of attempts at Hume resuscitated (despite the corpse having been rotted away, and never mind the criticisms of him that are out there); the easiest-to-refute or most outlandish Christian apologetics arguments, refuted and/or exposed (e.g., Vardaman's micro-letters); standard, sloganeered summary positions of arguments that could easily be refuted (e.g., the anonymity of the Gospels); and a collection of UFO stories presented as psychological counterpoints to suggest that Gospel stories are the same sort of thing. It's nothing new, and it's all thrown together haphazardly, as though someone chewed up the Secular Web, and then, after digesting most of it, threw up on a word processor.
There's nothing for me to refute specifically; it's all either stuff I have already refuted, or stuff I wouldn't have argued in the first place. The sum of it is that Hallquist, as before, represents the best in self-assured (yet badly informed) Skepticism on the market today.